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Stamping Shapes Process Art

I am absolutely loving this monthly process art challenge for our kids! Every single time I am surprised by what they come up with when provided with a few art materials. Yesterday we worked on stamping with simple shapes but it turned into so much more! 

Teach kids shapes with this process art invitation to create!

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We have traditional stamps at home but you don't need them! For this stamping activity, I put out stamp pads and foam shapes that we got at the Target dollar section last summer!

The kids used the shapes just like stamps as they pressed them into the ink pads and on to their papers. We reviewed shapes with our preschooler during this time. 

It was great to see them both so enthusiastic to create are side by side. They were also working on their fine motor skills!

My favorite part was when our daughter surprised me by figuring out that she could turn the side of the circle to stamp her name! Below you can see she has an E and started a V. Process art really cranks up the creativity!

More Process Art Ideas with Stamps:

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Stamping Circles with Toothpaste Caps from School Time Snippets

Stamps and Watercolors from Our Whimsical Days

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  1. What a fun idea! Thanks for joining the Process Art Challenge this month!

  2. Just love that dollar section at Target - you never know when you'll find something awesome like these foam shapes!